Sharena Lee Satti – Shhhhhhhh [2023]


See and read about Sharena’s debut poetry collection, She, published by VERVE in 2020 HERE

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         Sharena Lee Satti

         October 5 2023

         PBK: £10.99

        ISBN: 978 1 913917 44 9   

        100 pages • 216 x 138 • Collection

         Market: General/trade

         Genre: Poetry Collection

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This new collection of poems by Sharena is a brave, direct and personal exploration of the dark and often unspoken experiences of a woman’s life. Each poem draws you in to a world at once familiar and sometimes shocking but telling a very real story to the point and with emotion.

‘Sharena’s poetry is a live demonstration of how poetry enables survival and healing. Her voice is honest, candid and vulnerable and this collection is a generous offer to the world!’

~Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan 

‘I cried whilst reading some of the poems as Sharena has the ability to fully submerge you in the life and experiences of the women depicted so intimately.’

~Dionne V Hood


Sharena Lee Satti is a Poet, Spoken word artist, Educator, workshop facilitator, she is female advocate for women, pushing the boundaries and always campaigning for their voices to be heard in society. Since sharena release of She, her first published collection with VERVE Poetry Press back in November 2020 at the midst of the pandemic, Sharena is a real advocate for encouraging poetry and passionately supporting the art form in her City of Bradford and beyond. She believes in the power of poetry and works extremely hard within her community and online to make sure poetry is accessible for all. This has seen her nominated for the National Diversity award 2022, One of the 21’ of 2021 creatives most likely to make an impact on Bradfords cultural scene and The British Indian awards 2020, her work is seen locally and nationally amongst schools and Universities, working with organisations and delivering community projects. Most recently working with Maya Productions, Hospice UK, Women Zone, Bradford Literature festival, Huddersfield literature festival, Sangam festival. Abda Khan, The Leap, Bradford Libraries, Leeds Play House.